GBu--Bengt-Danielsson

Göran Burenhult and legendary ethnographer Bengt Danielsson during the film production of the
3-hour TV-documentary
"In the Wake of James Cook" (I James Cooks kölvatten") in French Polynesia 1987. Bengt Danielsson was one of the crew members on the famous Kon-Tiki expedition in 1947.
Photo: Ewa Burenhult.






Burenhult Photography covers a wide range of topics worldwide within Archaeology, Anthropology, Evolutionary Biology, Health and Lifestyle, from purely scientific publications to popular-scientific books, TV documentaries, culture, heritage, nature and travel.

The Burenhult Archive currently contains more than 50 000 images from all over the world, around 500 of those are at present published in the GALLERY under various headings. New images are continuously added to the GALLERY.

The PUBLICATIONS currently contains 90 scientific, popular-scientific books and articles, published 1971-2015. The latest books, still available, are presented with additional information.

A series of TV documentaries, broadcast world-wide, are presented under DOCUMENTARY FILMS/TV-PRODUCTIONS & PHOTO EXPEDITIONS. All of the films/mini series are based on books in the list of publications.

The 5 major international scientific projects are presented under PROJECTS.

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